Forrest Manufacturing Thin Kerf Dado Blades Cut without Splintering
posted on December 1, 2009 by Woodworker's Journal
Forrest Thin Kerf Dado blade sets To cut thin grooves in plywood or melamine without chipping, Forrest's Thin Kerf Dado Blades work cleanly.

Sometimes, of course, you need to start a project on a saw, and sometimes the material you’re cutting just might be plywood or melamine. Forrest Manufacturing was thinking of just such situations when they designed their new Thin Kerf Dado blades: the blades are meant to produce thin grooves, and the 24 teeth mean the two outside blades do so cleanly, without chipping or splintering as you cut on a table saw or radial arm saw. (Standard size is for a 5/8" arbor bore; others are also available.) The three-piece set, which comes with a 1/16" chipper for creating cuts from 3/16" to 1/4", sells for $209, while the two-piece set, which comes with just the outside blades and the shims for 3/16" cuts, sells for $189 in 2009.

posted on December 1, 2009 by Woodworker's Journal
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